“The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear.” -Rumi This week there’s no story. Nothing I feel compelled to report on. Just a quietness and a stillness that I for once have noticed without a reactive crippling uneasiness. Nothing is happening, I’d whisper to myself… Looking around at the eerie quiet. Pin.… Read More When the Stories Don’t Come
I stood in the green pastured lower hay field with completely dry boots feeling optimistic. A week ago there’d been sinking mud in this same spot. Spring Equinox was happening today. Yellow daffodils were poking their heads up at every turn. Pushing myself up the steep hill pinning my heels into the ground through the… Read More The Gang of Three: A Dog, an Owl, and Me
A place that I’ve always wondered about where creativity and fruition intermix. In Hawaiian Kai Lani means, Where the Sea and Sky meet. I can’t help but notice that in this actual physical form it is only a place we can see, only a place we can feel with insight, and only a place we… Read More Kai Lani feels like…
Gretchen and I have known each other for seven years and been together for five of those. Our lives intertwined through gyms, crossfit, grief, healing, happiness, synchronicities, convergences and learning how to co-create dreams. It’s been quite a ride. During our journey we’ve always been able to tap into dreams together. Places we wanted to… Read More We Bought a House!
Operation Abundance is a fun little description I like to use when I talk about how we can enhance our own progress and vision for moving forward in our lives. It frames this movement like a fluid Mission… Not Mission Impossible, but Misssion POSSIBLE!… Read More Operation Abundance: Revisited
A Life Garden is a fun little model I use to transport my thoughts, ideas, dreams and intentions from a linear 2-D point of view into a broadened expanded 3-D point of view utilizing circles and a visual map of my life AS a Garden. A Life Garden Broadens & Expands Perspective. It cultivates patience… Read More What is a Life Garden?
Sometimes going backwards is the only way I can find myself enough to get footing to take a step forwards. I’ve gone back into old relationships. I’ve gone back to old childhood dreams to try to make them come true. I’ve gone back on my own word to find brighter days. And I’ve gone back… Read More Life: Is This Destiny or Is This Fate?